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Jan 1, 2013 9:00am EST
special government protection, like, a real estate developer who used to own the sacramento kings. jack lowery, an original owner the cracker barrel restaurant, or the woman who owns j.r. jones grain. >> we had to fend for ourselves and do what we needed to do to survive. we don't mind getting our haps dirty and getting the job done because we know that if we do, we will be rewarded for that. >> what helped the indian time was knowing they had to become entrepreneurs and support themselves. >> on the rest sir vacations, they haven't trained to be capitalists. they're trained to be communists. everybody needs somebody's approval. >> tribal government and indian affairs manage lands. indians compete to serve on tribal councils so they can give out government money. >> you can help your family, your girlfriend, your informed's mama. it has a great program. >> not so great for the majority of indians. because the government owns most indian property, individuals rarely build nice homes or businesses. >> no individual on the rest sir vacation owns the lan so they can't do anything with it. t
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